Neuropathy / Neurodegeneration Protocol

Neuropathy/Neurodegeneration Protocol

Neuropathy / Neurodegeneration Protocol

Myelin sheath regeneration can be achieved by re-establishing its main components, which are: Phosphatidic Acid; Sphingomyelin; and glycerophospholipids. CMP Forte is one of the most successful options we administer among other treatments that can achieve regeneration of the neural tissue and stimulate growth and maturity of nerves. It is known that the majority of central nervous system diseases related to the peripheral nerves have a common variable, which is a neurodegeneration fundamentally by the demyelination process. Such conditions result in damage to the protective covering that surrounds nerve fibers in your brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. Consequently, this causes diseases such as: Peripheral Neuropathy; MMN; CRPS; Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsonism; Optic Neuritis; Transverse Myelitis; and other conditions that result in damaged nerves — with symptoms that include numbness, dysfunction of muscle response, burning or stabbing sensation, tingling, loss of balance as well as cognitive, memory and involvement of cranial nerves or autonomic neuropathy
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